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Posted On: 12/28/18 9:35 AM
MEQUON — Always a must-see event, the 2018 WBY Shootout continues on Friday with another loaded lineup. Here’s a look ahead to the action taking place on day two…
TOP GAMES TO WATCH
Racine Park (3-2) vs. Mount Horeb (7-2)
After a slow start, Racine Park is coming along, having won their last three games. Senior guard Larry Canady (17.2 ppg) and Tulane commit Nobal Days (11.6 ppg, 9.0 rpg) will be on display. Following a tough loss to Milwaukee Lutheran on Thursday, Mount Horeb looks to rebound behind senior guard Jason Larson (16.0 ppg).
Mineral Point (4-2) vs. Milwaukee Academy of Science (3-5)
This is a potential Division 4 state tournament game. MAS won their first game at the WBY Shootout, edging Kettle Moraine Lutheran. The Novas got 33 points from freshman guard Armani Jones. One of the top 1-2 punches in the state, Brayden Dailey (18.8 ppg) and Isaac Lindsey (20.5 ppg) take the floor for Mineral Point.
Onalaska (7-0) vs. Waukesha West (6-1)
Onalaska puts their undefeated record on the line. The Hilltoppers are getting nearly 17 points per game from junior forward Carson Arenz and 15.3 ppg from senior forward Tyrell Stuttley. A top contender in Division 1, West has one of the top starting lineups in the state with David Skogman (18.1 ppg), Rocky Martinez (20.0 ppg), Chris Bready (16.4 ppg), and Cameron Palesse (15.7 ppg).
TOP INDIVIDUAL BATTLES TO WATCH
Isaac Lindsey (Mineral Point) vs. Kaleim Taylor (Milwaukee Academy of Science)
Two top 10 ranked guards in the 2020 class will clash on Friday. Lindsey holds offers from Oakland, Brown, UW-Milwaukee, DePaul, UNLV, UW-Green Bay, and South Dakota State. Meanwhile, Taylor has offers from UNLV, Grambling State, and UW-Milwaukee.
Carson Arenz (Onalaska) vs. David Skogman (Waukesha West)
The top unsigned senior in the state of Wisconsin takes the floor on Friday. Skogman is putting up first-team All-State numbers, averaging 18.1 points and 16.1 rebounds per game as he continues to gun for more high major offers. A gritty forward, Arenz (16.9 ppg) may be up to the task.
9 a.m. – Eau Claire Regis vs. Milwaukee Messmer
10:30 a.m. – Manitowoc Lutheran vs. Brookfield Academy
12:00 p.m. – St. Thomas More vs. Sheboygan Lutheran
1:30 p.m. – Appleton Xavier vs. Milwaukee Pius XI Catholic
3:00 p.m. – Oshkosh West vs. Green Bay Southwest
4:30 p.m. – Mineral Point vs. Milwaukee Academy of Science
6:00 p.m. — Onalaska vs. Waukesha West
7:30 p.m. — Racine Park vs. Mount Horeb
9:00 p.m. — Greenfield vs. Muskego